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MARK Loughman, a graduate of the International Film School of Wales, has been chosen to pitch his project ‘Moments’ at the Pitch-Point session at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2001.
One of the festival’s main sponsors are the European Union’s Media Programme.
Loughman’s script was chosen from over 120 projects, and his script impressed the selection jury which consisted of script-experts from Zentropa Entertainment, Kinowelt, Jonescompany, UK Film Council, Adriana Chiesa Enterprises and the European Media Programme.
Five of the 12 projects pitched at last years Pitch-Point have already been signed for production.
‘Moments’ is a romantic comedy about Natasha Williams, who through amnesia gets a second chance in life, but this time is determined not to blow it.
The project is in official development with Cardiff-based CF1.(CD)
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